Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place: Season 3, Episode 2

Au Revoir Pizza Place (29 Sep. 1999)

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Peter returns from Paris with Colette, who doesn't speak English. He finds out she is a racist. Berg employs a younger boy in the pizza place and has troubles with the generation gap. Johnny and Sharon finally agree to marry.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Suzanne Cryer ...
Himself (as Travis Landon Barker) (as Blink 182)
Himself (as Tom Matthew Delonge) (as Blink 182)
Himself (as Mark Allan Hoppus) (as Blink 182)
Colette (as Gretha Cavazzoni)


Pete returns from Paris with a French girlfriend, Colette. However, she doesn't speak English and Pete doesn't speak French and, when he finally gets a translator, Pete finds out that she is racist. Berg employs a new boy in the pizza place called Germ and Berg is having trouble with the generation gap. When Germ organises a naked band to play at the pizza place Berg decides that he has had enough of the place. Sharon final commits 100% to Johnny and proposes to him - the wedding is on. Written by jem

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Written by Thomas DeLonge & Mark Hoppus
Performed by Blink 182
Produced by Jerry Finn
Under the Management of Rick DeVoe
Courtesy of MCA Records
Under Licence of Universal Music Group
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